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Diabetes is one of the main direct and indirect perpetrators of disability.
Diabetics can live a normal life if they obey some fundamental principles.
The wound healing process starts immediately after its creation.
Chronic wounds occur in up to half a million people in our country.
To ensure the best conditions for wound healing moist environment is needed to be maintained.
Sterile sets provide all the necessary materials, so that in a few minutes you can perform a minor surgery.
The treatment of pressure ulcers is difficult, lengthy, and requires systematic cooperation of the patient with the doctor.
A moist wound heals twice as fast and in a more structured way.
Leg ulcers occur in 0.3% of people in the age group 41-50 years, and in 7% in the age group 61-70 years.
Complications in the form of diabetic foot occur in approximately 20% of patients hospitalised for diabetes.
The time of chronic wound healing depends on the general health state and proper nutrition.
Modern approach to chronic wounds prefers treatment with the application of intelligent dressings.
It is stated that about 30% of the female population suffer from this disorder, which makes about three million patients in Poland.